tmi by Sarah Quigley (2009)
Becca knows that she has a tendency to overshare cringe-worthy details of her own and others' lives. But even she knows she's gone too far when her first boyfriend dumps her for showing her friends a poem he wrote and her own cruel remark about his kissing technique. She vows to change--instead of blabbing, she'll write everything in an anonymous blog. That's her first mistake as her private fantasies become public, for better or worse. Loads of teen angst and drama here--including a high school production of Grease with Becca in the lead role opposite her megacrush and the unplanned outing of Becca's gay guy friend. Some language, sexual situations. OK for grades 7 & up.
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